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Can't take pictures.

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When I turn my camera on, the less goes back and forth for a few secords until it seems it is ready to take the picture. But then image to be pictured is zoomed, fuzzy and won't display to take picture. Then when I press the shoot button sometimes it takes the picture and sometimes it doesn't. But regardless the pictures look very fuzzy and aweful. It was taking great pictures yesterday.

Your help will be appreciated! Regards.

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Try zooming in on a object and see it it get clearer. the problem is your zoom lens motor is stuck or malfunctioning. This is a very common problem with digital cameras. sometimes you can take compressed air and blow around the lens and clear the blockage or lightly tap the camera lens down with it off to free up the focus gear. if it does now work it then needs tobe serviced or repaired. I had the same model last week for the same problem. That lens had tobe replaced. but try that first and see if it helps.

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